|Reports on Passive Smoking" 3. Nation's Business Today, ESPN TV, May 11, 1990: 4. The World Today, CNN TV, May 10, 1990, 6:00 PM|
Report regarding the EPA's draft risk assessment on secondhand smoke. Named Organizations: National Cancer Institute; U. S. Public Health Service; Flat Earth Society;World Health Organization ; American Medical Association
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|OSHA Press Club, Tape 2|
Two Philip Morris executives answer questions about environmental tobacco smoke.
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; secondhand smoke; lung cancer; workplace; carcinogen; government organization; indoor air quality; industry strategy
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|The Tobacco Institute Today Show, WRC TV/NBC Washington DC, 7:00 AM Betty Furness/Philip Morris Ad NBC-TV Today Show PM Bill of Rights Campaign|
Controversy over Philip Morris Bill of Rights ad.
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|Government Regulation of Smoking|
John Banzhaf (ASH) and Anne Browder (Tobacco Institute) debate the issue of smoking on short plane flights (Roosevelt Center, American Debate #145).
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|R.J. Reynolds Tobacco International - Line Managers' Meeting [Parts 1-5]|
Presentations by Tom Griscom and Peter Van Every to R.J.Reynolds International line managers. Griscom emphasizes the importance of external affairs particularly on the issues of youth smoking, environmental tobacco smoke, and an increase in the Federal excise tax. He notes two RJR programs, Right Decisions, Right Now and Support the Law, as being effective in reducing youth smoking. He discusses the Federal excise tax in the context of Bill Clinton's healthcare reform legislation...
Keywords: tobacco; cigarette; youth; excise tax; secondhand smoke; marketing; advertising; sales; peer influence; middle school; health education program; public service announcement; anti-smoking advocacy; retail outlet; industry sponsored research; familial relation; lung cancer; industry strategy; political activity; profit; advertising restriction; international trade; public relations; grass roots lobbying; media advocacy; government organization; Surgeon General